In the plumbing world, there is a tool for every job. And if you try and use the wrong tool, you may wind up with a bigger mess than before.

When you have a clogged drain, one of the best ways to remove the clog is with a drain snake. However, drain snakes come in many shapes and sizes; it can be quite confusing when you start looking at your options.

There’s A Drain Snake For The Job

Toilet Auger
A toilet auger is a drain snake specifically made for clogged toilets. If you’ve tried plunging your toilet to no avail, the clog may be deeper or larger than anticipated. The toilet auger should be placed into the toilet with the head of the cable inserted into the drain; you should not be able to see the cable, only the housing, if inserted properly. Crank the auger to push the cable deeper into the drain, then switch directions and repeat until it can go no further. Pull the snake out and flush. The clog should be removed.

Top Snake
A top snake is the smallest of all the snakes, and is typically used for tubs, showers or bathroom sink clogs. Most have around 25 feet of cable. They come in many shapes and sizes, and also come in both manual and electric formats. The electric snakes are easier to use, and can be used by simply pushing a button. These are great workhorses on small clogs that don’t have a lot of buildup.

Medium Drain Cleaning Machine
This drain cleaning machine is used with a 3/8 inch cable and works best if it has 50 to 75 feet in cable length. These systems are great when you are clearing a washing machine or kitchen clog that may wind deep down into the drain. You can use this snake from under the kitchen or bathroom sink once you take the trap off. They can also be used to clear kitchen or washing machine lines from the roof vents. These are not intended for tub or shower clogs because the cable can easily break the trap under the tub or shower.

Large or Heavy Duty Drain Cleaning Machine
A heavy duty drain cleaning machine will come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Because of the nature of the clog they usually work on, the cable should be no smaller than 5/8 inch in size, and at a minimum use 75 to 100 feet in length. Sometimes even more cable is necessary, depending on how deep the clog. This machine is used for drains that are 3 inches in size or larger. They can be used for clean outs to the street, which in many cases are caused by roots – the strong cable and machine give you the power to get the job done.

While each snake is similar in nature, they each have their own specific nuances. Its best to play it safe and be well acquainted with the particular model before you put it to use.

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“I’ve seen stories about people that head into the bathroom in the middle of the night, only to lift the toilet lid and be face to face with an animal that has made its way up the pipes. I’ve seen stories with snakes, rats, crocodiles, or even an occasional squirrel bypassing whatever security should be in place. Is that possible? Is there a way to make sure it never happens in my home?”

I’ve seen many of those stories too. And nothing can be more frightening than the thought of meeting something scary, and possibly even poisonous when you’re half asleep.

Is It Possible For Animals To Climb Up Through The Toilet?

But is there any truth to it?

That depends on a variety of things.

First of all, if you believe the news stories or see the YouTube videos designed to leave you shaking in your boots, they will tell you that that venomous snakes the size of a man can come creeping out of the hole and be waiting to pounce on you. No matter where in the world this legend comes from, it can’t happen quite the way they push it for a variety of reasons. First of all, in order to come up through your toilet, they would have to spend a  great deal of time in water. And if they aren’t water snakes, they would drown before they reached your toilet. If a snake did by chance swim through the pipes and up into a residential toilet, it would be a water snake, and therefore not the huge deadly reptile you see in news reports.

An animal with the best possibility of making it to your toilet would be the common rat. Rats are notorious for being able to survive a variety of conditions. They live in sewers, constantly on the hunt for food. As you wash food down the kitchen sink and it continues through the water main and into the sewer system, if a rat catches the scent, he could make his way back up through the pipes. Then once he was lost in the plumbing system, he could easily take a wrong turn and come up through the toilet. However, keep in mind that these incidents are rare, not the norm. That’s why they make the news.

Squirrels can also occasionally end up in your toilet; however they won’t move through your plumbing. Instead, a squirrel will make its way into the stack vent on your roof, climb down the pipe and see light shining through the toilet’s passageway, then get trapped by the toilet lid. They won’t go back down because its dark, and will remain enclosed in the bowl until you open the lid.

Overall, there is very little chance you will find any of these creatures in your toilet bowl any time soon. Instead of being nervous as you make your way to the bathroom in the middle of the night, take these tales for what they are: entertainment.

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You know that small drip in the bathroom sink? The one that leaks a drop of water every few minutes? Its nothing big, not even an annoyance really. You’ve only noticed it because your sink is wet even after you’ve been away from home all day.

Those tiny drips can be a big problem. Studies show that the average home can lose anywhere from 2,000 to 20,000 gallons of water per year due to those tiny leaks.

Finding Those Small Leaks In Your Home That Could Be Costing You A Fortune

There are the drips you can see – like the ones that occur in your bathroom sin

k. Then there are the drips you can’t see – these are the ones that occur in your crawl space or behind the walls and go undetected for years.

Because if you know anything about water, you know one thing is for sure – water is one of the most powerful forces on earth. And when its left to its own accord, it will go where it chooses. Which means it will break through those tiny cracks you can’t see, find a way to get through joints that weren’t properly sealed, and wear away at connections that weaken over time. Its just a fact.

Which means you as a homeowner must be consistent and diligent when dealing with potential water problems, before they get the best of you.

The best way to do so is to periodically check for leaks throughout your home. You can do this on a whole house basis, or perform checks in individual areas.

Whole House Meter Check
If you suspect a larger leak, starting with a meter check can verify you have a problem. Make sure all water is turned off both inside and outside of your home, and verify automatic water equipment (such as your sprinkler system) will not turn on during the test. Record the reading on the water meter and wait 15 minutes. Record the reading again. If the meter recorded water usage during this test, it may indicate a leak.

Line Leaks
The water supply line that connects your home to the water supply is usually buried at least 3 feet below ground. Most often leaks between the meter and the house are the responsibility of the homeowner; leaks from the pipes leading from the main to the meter are the responsibility of the water utility. To determine if you have a problem in the supply line, check for water around the meter box, or for water around the supply line where it enters your home. If either are moist, it may warrant further investigation.

Faucet Leaks
Faucet leaks are one of the most common water leak occurrences, and are the easiest to detect. The repairs necessary to stop the leak depend on the type of faucet and the problem at hand. There are four different types of faucets: compression valve, cartridge, ceramic disks and ball. If you have any home maintenance repair skills, you should be able to repair minor faucet leaks.

Toilet Leaks
Toilet leaks are often one of the most common leaks that go unnoticed because they often are silent and out of view. Large toilet leaks can be detected when you hear a hissing or gurgling sound when the toilet is not in use. To start, remove the tank lid an inspect the float mechanism. The water level in the tank should be no higher than 1 inch below the overflow tube. If the water is at the very top of this tube, water is leaking. The problem could stem from the water level being adjusted to high, the float is damaged, or the refill valve is worn. You can perform a simple dye test to check for leaks. Place a dye tablet or a couple of drops of food coloring into the tank. If the colored water appears in the bowl within 15 minutes, there is a leak in the flapper valve. A worn flapper is common and can be easily replaced.

Fountain Leaks
Increasingly homeowners around Denver are moving their living space outdoors. With that comes lots of extra features, such as fountains, ponds and waterfalls. And because of the extreme temperature variations an outside water feature must sustain, it’s the perfect place for a leak to occur. To check for leaks in ponds or fountains, do a simple bucket test. Place a bucket in the water and fill it with water. Place a piece of tape inside and outside of the bucket, and mark the water level on both. After 24 hours, mark the water level once again. If the water level in the fountain or pond is lower than the water in the bucket, you may have a leak.

Determining you have a leak is the first step; the second is to fix the leak as quickly as possible. Give us a call today and we can help you repair your plumbing, and help your home be energy efficient and water friendly once again.

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Why do some winters cause plumbing problems, and some winters don’t?

That can be a frustrating question to ponder. When it seems like nothing has changed in the way your home operates, even the winter may not seem as harsh as some of the winters before, there it is anyway, a freezing septic system. And a big mess.

Freezing Problems With Septic Systems

In reality, septic systems can freeze due to a variety of reasons.

Very little snow cover – Snow actually serves as insulation over a septic tank. When there is little snow, deep freezes and frosts can go deeper into the ground, potentially freezing your septic system.

Compacted landscape – The area above your septic tank should be kept clear of use. When driveways or paths occur over a septic tank, cars, animals, ATVs, tractors, even foot traffic can compact the area above the septic tank, allowing a deep freeze to move deeper into the soil.

Lack of plant cover – If your septic system is new, or was replaced in the late summer or early fall seasons, adequate vegetation may not have covered up the land before the cold and snow set in. Vegetation helps attract snow to the area, providing more insulation above ground.

Irregular use – Was your septic system designed for a large family, and now you’re down to one or two? Do you spend months away from your home, enjoying a lifestyle in a warmer climate during the cold winter months? If a system isn’t used as it was intended, it can begin to stress and allow freezing temperatures to infiltrate the system.

Leaking plumbing – You know that small trickle of water you can hear even when your toilet hasn’t been flushed? Those tiny leaks in your pipes can cause a thin film of water into the system. These trickles are more susceptible to freezing, and can build up quickly over time, allowing your system to freeze completely.

Cold air entering the system – When was the last time your septic system was looked at and inspected? If risers are uncapped, inspection pipes or manhole covers not reinstalled correctly, they can allow cold air to enter the system. Freezing isn’t far behind.

While some septic systems never have problems, the only way to avoid them in the future is to be proactive every year.

  • Mulch is a good insulator. If you’ve changed your landscaping or added a new septic system late in the year, a solid cover of mulch will help provide insulation in the coming months.
  • Let the grass grow longer in the fall to act as an insulator and allow snow to accumulate better.
  • Use warmer on a regular basis. If temperatures are cold and dip low quickly, allow as warm of water as possible to flow through your pipes.
  • Fix any leak in your plumbing as soon as you know it exists. Don’t let small trickles of water create a costlier problem.
  • Double check risers, pipes and manhole covers whenever you access your septic system. Make sure they are sealed tight.

If you suspect your septic system has frozen, its time to call in a professional plumber. The root of the problem must be determined and fixed to avoid further freezing problems either in what’s left of this winter, or as the temperatures freeze again next winter. If you have any questions, we’d be happy to help.

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Starting a remodeling project? Statistics show that kitchens and bathrooms are not only the top rooms to have remodeled in your home, they are also at the top of the list of adding to your home’s overall resale value.

Nothing can be more exciting than starting the process. As you pour over home improvement magazines and websites showcasing the latest trends, you can quickly pick out the things you would love to have, and things that aren’t quite as important. The double oven … yes. The eight burner stove … maybe not.

Don’t Neglect Your Plumbing During A Home Remodeling Project

But as you start down the remodeling road, chances are you’ve focused your attention on the aesthetics of your project rather than the functionality. And with good reason. If you aren’t a contractor as your day job, you probably have never thought about how things work and what keeps them working day after day.

Usually home improvement projects have some degree of plumbing work involved. It may be as simple as replacing a faucet or adding a new toilet, or more complicated such as adding a double sink to the master bath, or a pot filler faucet near the stove. With the amount of resources available to today’s consumers, many are determined to do at least some of the work themselves. HGTV makes it look so easy; why not?

This is where problems can occur very quickly.

Plumbing is one of the most important – and most dangerous – systems in your home to work with, especially if you have little experience in doing so. Here are a couple of scenarios we’ve encountered over the years.

  • One couple completely gutted and remodeled their master bath, adding a walk in shower and moving the double sink vanity over a few inches. While they put their all into securing the plumbing, they missed a tiny leak, and sealed it in behind the shower tile. The leak was small – just a drip or two every day. But water doesn’t take long before it escalates into big problems. In a matter of months, they noticed their shower walls were “soft”. When they removed a few tiles to find the problem, they quickly discovered black mold; and had to have an entire remediation team fix the problem.
  • One homeowner remodeled their 1960s kitchen with DIY techniques. They didn’t change the floor plan; instead just added upgraded cabinets, appliances and countertops. The look added value and made a huge impact on the overall look and feel of the home. But what the homeowner didn’t realize is the old piping was weak, filled with corrosion, and should have been replaced during the upgrade to avoid leaks that were inevitable in a short period of time.

Even with the simplest of remodeling projects, even if you choose to do much of the work yourself, it pays to have an experienced plumber inspect your plumbing system, and make changes as necessary. Water damage can cause disasters. Its better to be safe and know your remodel will last for years.

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Few things are as frustrating as a clogged pipe. In some circumstances, you may notice a buildup along the way; in other cases it may be an instantaneous thing.

No matter how big or small, when a clog occurs, your first instinct may be to grab a chemical drain cleaner to solve the problem. However, chemical drain cleaners can corrode or damage your pipes, which can cause irreparable problems down the road. And in a kitchen sink with a garbage disposal, the chemicals can also immediately impact the plastic components and the metal blades within the unit.

To avoid damaging your garbage disposal, do these few things instead.

Start by unplugging the garbage disposal – never work on a unit that has power.

How To Unclog Kitchen Sinks With A Garbage Disposal

Use a natural drain cleaner consisting of ¼ cup baking soda, followed by ½ cup white vinegar. Allow it to fizz for a few minutes. Then run the faucet with very hot water over the drain for two to three minutes. Repeat as necessary until the clog is removed.

If you still have a clogged drain, shine a flashlight down to see if you can find the clog. Is there a foreign object in the drain – a meat bone or even kitchen utensils have been known to cause severe problems. If you see the potential problem, reach in with a pain of tongs or a needle nose pliers.

Run water and turn the garbage disposal on. Does the water run clear? If its still clogged, continue to the next step.

If you have a dishwasher, locate the drain pipe underneath the sink that connects up with the garbage disposal. Clamp the end of the dishwasher drain line where it enters the disposal by placing a clamp over the nozzle. The clamp will prevent the hose from popping off the disposal nozzle as you plunge the sink drain.

Place the plunger directly over the sink drain so the plunger bell completely covers the drain basket. Run the faucet so the lip of the plunger is covered in water. Vigorously plunge the drain for up to a minute.

Lift the plunger and check the water flow. If still clogged, repeat this process a few times to see if you can release the clog. Once the water flows, run hot water for a few minutes to clear any residue.

If you still have a clog, its time to call in a professional.

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Have you walked down the toilet paper aisle at your favorite store lately? Shelf after shelf is lined with promises of softness, thickness, and a great quilted feeling you’re sure to love. You can go generic, you can go earth-friendly, you can go with a top name brand. You can choose a four pack, a twelve pack, or stock up for months with the largest jumbo sized package you can find.

But, while toilet paper companies are touting to you the benefits of choosing their brand, the one thing they aren’t telling you is how their brand might not be so great for your plumbing. Thick, soft toilet paper may be a great thing for you, but your plumbing doesn’t agree.

How Toilet Paper May Be The Cause Of Your Plumbing Problems

There are three ways in which toilet paper is doing your plumbing harm:

1. Pipes

When your plumbing pipes are first installed, the newness lets anything sail right through. But over time, the inside of your pipes begins to change. Oil and grease begins to congeal and adhere to the pipes, causing them to have rough edges and slight variations to the regular flow. Small particles begin to build up. And depending on the age of your plumbing, tiny cracks may allow landscaping to begin the search for water, and enter your pipes in the process. All of this causes tiny ridges for toilet paper to get stuck on, and continue building up the problem in your pipes at an accelerated pace.

2. Low Flow Toilets

There’s the good and the bad of low flow toilets. The good comes from saving water, which in our drought-ridden and water thirsty world is a good thing. The bad comes from lack of power. Less water means less water pressure to push waste down the pipes. If it doesn’t have the power to make it where its suppose to go, it can build up over time.

3. Flushable Wipes

A new product entered the market a few years ago, and is wrecking havoc across the Front Range. Flushable wipes say they are biodegradable, but study after study shows they aren’t. They take much more time to break down than standard toilet paper, and because of their thickness, they don’t move through your pipes as fluidly as toilet paper. An added problem is you have a low flow toilet too.

Here’s a quick way to see if you have the right toilet paper to avoid future plumbing problems. Take a sheet or two of toilet paper and drop them into your toilet. If a few minutes pass and they still look like sheets of toilet paper, they are too thick and are putting your plumbing at risk. Choose a lighter, thinner option; your plumbing will thank you.

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If you have a clogged toilet, or a leaky faucet, your automatic reaction would be to call in a plumber to have the problem fixed.

But what if the problem is more extensive? What if you come home to a bathroom that is completely flooded, with several inches of standing water? Is a plumber still the best person to call?Who Do I Call To Repair Water Damage In My Bathroom?

Find The Source

Water damage isn’t always to easy to figure out where the origination point is. It could ba a slow leak that suddenly ruptured and caused larger problems, or it could be an instant problem, such as a broken pipe or fixture. The key is finding the source and determining how large the problem is before you decide the course of action.

The minute you discover water damage, turn off the water to your home and call in a plumber. If you catch the problem early enough and clean up the water mess as quickly as possible, you can keep damages to a minimal.

The problem arises when water has time to sit and do serious damage. If a leak exists for weeks or even months, damage can grow beyond the simple fix. Mold and mildew can become not only a risk to your health, it’s a hazard to fix and repair. This is where a plumbers knowledge is invaluable; they understand how to trace the problem back to its origination point, and discover what’s truly going on with your water supply (whether its visible or not).

Repair The Damage

Only when the origin of the water problem is found and fixed can repair begin. If you begin repairs on the assumption you have the problem fixed, you may quickly realize the futility of the situation if flooding occurs again.

In the best case scenario, a plumber can fix the problem with a few simple repairs. Once the water is cleaned up, you can return to life as normal. Worst case scenario would have your bathroom suffering from structural damage, with mold and mildew ever-present throughout the room. In this case, a full remediation may be the only way to bring your bathroom back up to code.

No matter what the situation, the best place to start with any water damage is with a plumber. Your first step is finding the root of the problem. Once you determine the cause, its up to you decide the course of action. Is a simple repair in order? Or do you need a complete remodel, taking the entire room down to the studs? In either case, getting your bathroom back to full working order as fast as possible starts with a phone call. Call us today.

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When a home is originally constructed, several systems are put into place that allow you to function every day with little thought as to how it happens. The HVAC, the electrical, the plumbing systems – all are integral to helping us function.

While we might not spend a lot of time thinking about them, when damage occurs to one of them, its all you can think of. For instance, if one of your plumbing pipes has a crack and begins to leak, you might not be able to cook, take a shower, or even get a glass of water as you normally would.

When Its Time To Replace Your Home’s Old Pipes

Large cracks in a pipe are noticeable; small ones may take years before the damage is evident. But no matter how small the leak may seem, once you have a problem with your plumbing system, speed in repairs is the only thing that will allow you to stop the damage and get back to a normal routine.

Large problems are noticeable almost immediately. But what about the small problems? There are a few things you can watch for that will alert you to the fact you may have a plumbing problem.

Small water spots

One of the easiest ways to determine where the source of the problem is is to see it with your own eyes. A large puddle is a clear indicator; so is a small amount of water. If you regularly step on a spot in your home that is a little damp, it may be an indicator of a problem. If you see small spots of mold or mildew, it may be an indicator. If you have one area in your lawn that is greener than the rest, and always showcases the best landscape in your yard, that may be a sign of a leak. The best time to take action is when problems are still small; don’t wait for them to escalate.

Slow drains

Plumbing problems often arise quickly, and one of the easiest ways to notice is when your water supply doesn’t work the way it used to. When you turn on the water to wash your hands, does it take a while for the water to drain? Do you find yourself standing in water as you finish your shower? A slow drain that seems to form overnight may be a sign you have a clog near that fixture. If you notice more than one drain slowing down, it can be a clear indicator of a deeper problem.

Low water pressure

A home’s water supply is purposely kept high to create an easy flow at every entrance point in your home. If you notice lower pressure, it can be a sign of a clog or a leak that is allowing the water supply to move into other areas.

Remember, your plumbing is a system, and if one portion isn’t working correctly, it impacts the other areas of the system too. A trained plumber understands not only how to fix the problem at its source, but also how to look for damage that may have been caused in other areas. Before your home sustains damage from what could be a small plumbing issue, call in the experts today.

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Contemplating a remodel for the new year? Where should you begin? If you read the home improvement magazines, you know the top rooms to be remodeled are the kitchen and the bathroom – they have the most impact on your life, and will hold or improve the value of your home if you chose to sell.

But there’s another room in your home that may be worth looking at, especially if you have an older home … your laundry room.Bring The Laundry Room Out Of The Basement

The typical American will spend around 7 hours per week doing laundry. Manufacturers of washers and dryers say that the average load takes around 2 hours of time from start to finish. And the tasks involved – collecting the clothes, transporting them, sorting them, washing and drying them, folding or hanging them up, returning them to bedrooms – all take that much longer if you are going from an upstairs bedroom to a dark corner of your basement.

Ease will definitely be impacted if you move your laundry room from the basement up a level, and put it near the mudroom or the kitchen, or move it upstairs and place it by the bedrooms. And you may also add value to your home, as recent studies show those basement laundry facilities can cause the offer on your home to fall by 4 percent or more.

If a new laundry room is on your list of remodel projects, you’ll quickly find that it isn’t a do it yourself project. Laundry rooms need proper plumbing and ventilation in order to operate efficiently; start by speaking with a contractor to make sure your project meets all building code requirements. Costs will depend on where you place the laundry room, and the number of physical changes you make to your home in order to incorporate it into your home.

Space

A spare linen closet near the bedrooms can be adjusted to house a stackable washer and dryer. Or convert a small room into an elegant laundry room. Space is only an issue as you are deciding the number of accessories you choose to build into your laundry room. A standard washer and dryer needs approximately 6 feet wide by 3 feet deep. Add in sinks, folding tables, ironing boards, and areas to house supplies and detergents, and you can add in a few more feet.

Location

Laundry rooms need a few basic things to function properly. Plumbing and wiring are at the top of the list. Building codes also require flexible ductwork for the dryer and shut off valves for the washer. You may also need a structural engineer to make sure your floor joists can stand the constant movement of a washer. You’ll also have to fully insulate to deaden the sound if it backs to the master bath.

Gas or Electric?

Most dryers run from 30 to 32 inches in depth. You will need enough space for the dryer, plus at least 6 more inches of clearance for venting duct and gas connections (if using gas). Building codes will also determine which door type you’ll need – a vent with a fan is needed to bring in enough air for proper combustion for a gas dryer. You’ll also need to make sure the doorway is large enough to move the washer in and out easily.

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